Turn Your Learning Around!
What is flipped and blended learning?
Blended learning is a mix of the traditional classroom setting utilizing online videos, forums, and discussion boards.
What do students need?
**Students who do not have this access can stay afterschool to work on the computer with Mrs. Link until 4pm, come early to watch the video in the library, or visit a local library.
Forget to Watch?
Flipping and You
Advantages of Flipping
If a student is having a hard time with the material, they can pause and rewind the video as many times as necessary to gain complete understanding. It's like having a 1:1 teacher.
- Introverted students are more likely to let their voice be heard on a digital platform.
- Videos and discussions are always available online as a great review tool before tests.
- Seat time in class is better utilized for conferencing, group work, and interactive activities.
What Can Parents Do?
2. If internet is not available, allow your student time to go to the local library or stay afterschool with me to complete their homework.
3. Ask your student questions about what they watched or participated in. Have them read their notes or discussion post to you.
What Will We Do in Class?
Videos and discussions that you do at home are things I typically teach in the classroom, but the flipped/blended learning model allows authentic learning to occur without the teacher physically present.